Free Press Journal
  • Nurses cry foul as Hamidia admin hikes water, power charges

    BHOPAL : Nurses of Hamidia Hospital have been dealing with problems day after day and there is no relief from the management. The hospital management has sharply increased the charges for water and electricity.

  • Universalisation of Aadhaar can help security agencies: Ex-DGP

    BHOPAL : Security agencies of the country are hamstrung because of lack of a comprehensive data base of citizens, former DGP Surendra Sinh said while addressing a seminar at Maulana Azad Central Library here on Saturday.

  • After Metro, Gaur ready with ammo on Smart City

    BHOPAL  : After grilling the state government on the metro train project in Bhopal and Indore, former chief minister Babulal Gaur now intends to expose the government’s Smart City project.

  • Decision on Olympic ban to be taken today

    Moscow : Russia made a last-ditch bid to avoid a blanket ban at the Rio Games over state-run doping as a fresh batch of drug test failures from Beijing 2008 and London 2012 rocked the Olympics.

  • Finding solace in tattoos

    BHOPAL : Finding solace in today’s world has made people wander in search of peace with unconventional ideas. Bhopal is also not left untouched with the spree to find peace through one such idea- Tattoos.

  • Gobindram school students body sworn in

    BHOPAL : The investiture ceremony of Mithi Gobindram Public School was held on Saturday at Sant Hirdaram auditorium. The programme began with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp. Siddh Bhau, A.C. Sadhwani and Ghanshyam Bulchandani were among those who attended the function.

  • Campus drive of RBL Bank at Career College

    BHOPAL: A mega open campus drive was organised by RBL Bank at Career College on Saturday. The students of various colleges of the city took part in the campus drive. The bank’s vice president Anurag conducted three stages of selection, including aptitude test, group discussion and interview. As many as 57 students will be selected to be appointed as probationary officer. The college director Pradeep Jain said an open campus drive by

  • J&K students at IGRMS

    BHOPAL : Twenty-four youths from remote areas of Jammu & Kashmir, led by Captain Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore visited IGRMS here on Saturday.

  • End the mess in Boxing

    Vijender pleads to put together a new federation

  • Ramkumar enters semis of US Challenger

    Binghamton (USA) : Egged on by a partisan Indian crowd, Ramkumar Ramanathan wriggled out of a pressure match against Brydan Klein to move to the semifinals of the ATP Challenger tournament, here.

  • Thakur, Shirke set to meet Lodha Panel

    New Delhi : BCCI president Anurag Thakur and secretary Ajay Shirke will be meeting members of the Supreme Court-appointed Justice R M Lodha panel in the capital on August 9 after being compelled to bring in the reforms due to a clear directive from the apex court.

  • Tushar, Ashita march into under-17 finals

    Mumbai : Top seeds Tushar Shahani of Maharashtra and Ashita Pranaya Bhengra of Tamil Nadu marched into the boys’ and girls’ under-17 finals respectively in the Rs 6.5 lakh prize-money NSCI Indian Classic Junior Open Squash Championship 2016, an SRFI 4-Star sanctioned and an ASF Silver event, and which is being conducted and hosted by NSCI.

  • Shravan Mahotsava to witness first cultural extravaganza today

    Ujjain : Shravan Mahotsava will be inaugurated with the first presentation at Mahakal Pravachan Hall on Sunday evening. The evening will be graced by Tabla player from Varanasi, Dr Praveen Uddhav, classical singer Ashwini Bhinde Deshpande and classical dancer Sudha Chandran, Mumbai.

  • Change of guard worries Gurbux

    Kolkata : The constant change of captains in the Indian hockey team is in bad taste and defies logic, feels Olympian and former captain Gurbux Singh.

  • Patna down Pune, leap to top of table

    Mumbai : Patna Pirates subdued a fighting Puneri Paltan 31-28 to shoot to the top of the Star Sports Pro Kabaddi League table here on Saturday.

  • 25th Varsha Mangal Mahotsava inaugurated

    Ujjain : Sevadham Ashram is hosting 25th Varsha Mangal Mahotsava to mark the 32nd birthday of social worker Ankit Goyal under the gracious presence of Seer Uttam Swami, on Saturday. Plantation programme was held on the Ashram premises. MP Tourism Development Corporation chairman Tapan Bhoumik was the chief guest while vice-chairman MP Jan Abhiyan Parishad Pradeep Pande was the special guest of the programme. The dignitaries planted Bilwa Patra, Peepal, Neem, Amla

  • Mumbai into Futsal final

    Mapusa  : In a thrilling encounter, Mumbai 5s held their nerve to defeat Kolkata 5s 4-2 in the first semi-final of the Premier Futsal and storm into the finals to be played today.